A slave who is a non-muslim living in the Islamic state is a dhimmi and can not be forced to accept Islam. A dhimmi slave however does not pay Jizyah, as Jizyah is only due from adult, sane, free, males.
أن يكون كافرا فيجبره سيده على الإسلام، فلا يجب على الرقيق طاعته في ذلك لأنه لا إكراه في الدين. واستثنى الحليمي من الشافعية أن تكون كافرة غير كتابية ويرغب ...
There is no "iddah" for war captives / slaves. Rather there is istibra'. The waiting period for them is:
One menstrual cycle, for the non-pregnant.
Childbirth, for anyone who is pregnant.
عن أبي سعيد الخدري، ورفعه، أنه قال في سبايا أوطاس لا توطأ حامل حتى تضع ولا غير ذات حمل حتى تحيض حيضة
Abu Sa’id Al Khudri traced to Prophet (ﷺ) regarding the ...
It is revelation that was sent to him. Its contents include what is mentioned in the Quran:
In Surah Al-A'la, which at least includes the preceding sentence, and could mean the entire surah:
He has certainly succeeded who purifies himself. And mentions the name of his Lord and prays. But you prefer the worldly life, While the Hereafter is better and more ...
The Quran mentions crucifixion even before Moses ( عليه السلام), at the time of Joseph ( عليه السلام) . The interpretation of the dream of one of his companions in prison was that he would be crucified:
يا صاحبي السجن أما أحدكما فيسقي ربه خمرا وأما الآخر فيصلب فتأكل الطير من رأسه قضي الأمر الذي فيه تستفتيان
O two companions of prison, as for one of you, he ...
The Qur'an is not a book of history. Even if one were to accept that every word in it is literally and completely accurate, all this ayah "proves" is that Pharaoh once threatened his people with this. It doesn't indicate that this was a common punishment, or even that it was ever actually accomplished.
There's also the question of whether ...
The hint of @Ahmed helped:
Narrated Sa'id bin Jubair:
A Jew from Hira asked me which one of the two periods Musa (i.e. Prophet Moses) completed. I said, "I don't know, (but wait) till I see the most learned 'Arab and inquire him about it." So, I went to Ibn 'Abbas and asked him. He replied, "Moses completed the longer and better period." ...
There are a few narratives that show our prophet's prophecy on this battle.
A report showing that 'Ali was informed
One report which is close to what you've asked about is the one that @UmH already mentioned:
Here and in the following I'll be translating from Arabic language as these translations are of my own take them carefully
26657 حَدَّثَنَا حُسَيْنُ ...
The hadith you are referring to is:
Masruq narrated that :
he asked Aishah about the Witr of the Prophet. She said: "He would perform Witr during all of the night; (either) its beginning, its middle, or its end. So when he died, his Witr ended, during the approach of As-Sahar." (Jami' at-Tirmidhi)
As for the meaning of:
So when he died
None of the answers given so far seems satisfactory to me. As none of the answers shows a date of compilation of the copy presented as the original.
An original manuscript of Sahih al-Bukhari in Andalussi or Maghrebi script is impossible
First of all the one must be aware that the copy presented in the accepted answer was showing copies written in a Moroccan ...
At the time of abu Bakr or even the Sahabah none of the 7 qira'at was established yet.
Further the restrictions on the moshaf of 'Uthman or al-Moshaf al-Imam was not yet ordered. So reciting qur'an using synonyms and explanations was still allowed.
All of these 7 and more are based on the qira'at of multiple Sahabah . The earliest of these qira'at were ...
The time at which Ghazwa Dhul-Khalasa took place is not known with precision.
Jarir bin 'Abdullah al-Bajali (the narrator of the hadith) was among those sahaba who accepted Islam near the end of the ministry of the Prophet ﷺ, as he was from Yemen and came to visit the Prophet ﷺ with the delegations. There are different reports on exactly when he accepted ...
to find an answer to your question, let us examin the verse and the incident separately. in the books of tafsir, there are mentions about when the verse 9:5 (verse of the sword) was revealed and in books of history it is mentioned the incident of destruction of dhul-khalasa. let us try to find a time-lime, insha Allah.
in the tafsir of ibn ...
The slavery that was practiced according to the Islamic laws is not, in its very nature, evil. That would be saying 1) that the Prophet (SAW) and the companions participated in an evil and 2) Allah left something evil in His religion. Both of these are false and unacceptable statements.
The religion of Islam was completed in the lifetime of the Prophet (SAW)....
The hadith with the Arabic snippet he mentioned in the video is found in Musnad Ahmad and Mu'jam al-Kabir of Tabarani and Musnad al-Bazaar:
أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال لعلي بن أبي طالب: " إنه سيكون بينك وبين عائشة أمر "، قال: أنا يا رسول الله؟ قال: " نعم "، قال: أنا ؟ قال: " نعم "، قال: فأنا أشقاهم يا رسول الله، قال: لا،...
Israel is the given name of the forefather of the people of Israel. It is the name of the people, not of the region. The name of the land in the time of Mose was Canaan, the south was called Moab. It seems that these names were also linked to the people living there.
Land and people have different names in Jewish and Greek sources.
The Bani Israel, or simply Children of Israel, are called by this name because Israel was another name for Prophet Yaqub, and from his 12 children came the 12 tribes that constituted "The Children of Israel". After Yusuf became the minister of Egypt, his whole family migrated there, hence, the origin of Bani Israel starts from Egypt.
The people who ...
Historical data of the four imams
Imam abu Hanifa: 80 a.H. - 150 a.H.
Imam Malik: 93 a.H. -179 a.H.
Imam a-Shafi'i: 150 a.H. -204 a.H.
Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal: 164 a.H. - 241 a.H.
(See also Arabic Wikipedia)
Further the Caliph (king) al-Ma'moon ibn Haroon ar-Rasheed: 170 a.H. -218 a.H. (19th of Rajab). (See also Arabic Wikipedia)
When did the Mihnah start and ...
Nawfal is an Arabic name and has different meanings in Arabic :
Nawfal نوفل (as noun) : Sea.
Nawfal نوفل (as adjective): generous "for man".
Nawfal نوفل (as adjective): charming "for child".
and it's a good meanings , and as it's mentioned there were some of Sahaba share the same name "Nawfal" , so there is no reason to change ...
Nawfal is an Arabic name. It was also the name of some of the sahaba such as:
Nawfal bin Mu'awiyah ( نوفل بن معاوية بن عروة ). He accepted Islam at or before the conquest of Makkah and took part in the battles of Hunain and Taif; and the Hajj under Abu Bakr in 9 AH and later the the farewell Hajj under the Prophet ﷺ. He is a narrator of Hadith in Bukhari ...
I asked this question in judaism.SE, and received an answer as can be seen in the link.
To best of my understanding, according to the Jewish tradition, Abraham compiled some books/scriptures during his lifetime. I believe these scriptures could be what the Quran is referring to. However, they are now lost, so we don't know the exact contents of them.
There are two verses that are relevant:
And We taught him (Dawud) the fashioning of coats of armor to protect you from your [enemy in] battle. So will you then be grateful? (21:80)
[Commanding him], "Make full coats of mail and calculate [precisely] the links, and work [all of you] righteousness. Indeed I, of what you do, am Seeing." (34:11)
this event is mentioned in the books of islamic history. there is a slight difference in the wordings but it's just only due to the preference of the translator i believe.
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Ibn Shabbah narrated with his isnad that Uthman ibn Affan entered upon a slave of his who was feeding his she-camel, and he saw something in the feed ...
Your question is an interesting one and, I think, it is quite logical.
I do not agree with an answer given by a friend who outrightly rejected the authenticity of the narration (of course, it is should not be thought of as a hadees). The incident is quoted by Tabari (History of al-Tabari, v4, p191, Printed by Dar al-Maarif - Cairo). Looking at the Old ...
Kunde is celebrated by shia on 22nd rajab is an important day of the holy month dedicated to the 6th Imam Jafar-e-Sadiq. ... It is believed that if a person going through a worldly problem prays to Imam Jafar-e-Sadiq by making him the waseela (medium), God will definitely answer his/her prayers.